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Multiple agents, equipped with a feature-based phonetic model and a connectionist cognitive model, interact via the name game paradigm, such that lexicon formation and change is an emergent property of this complex adaptive system. Our system converges on a coherent lexicon and effective language change is demonstrated, even in the absence of population(More)
There is mounting evidence suggesting functional and structural alterations in the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) in experimental and clinical diabetes. In this study we examined the effect of high glucose concentrations on human RPE cells in vitro. After 24-hr incubation in media supplemented with glucose (19.5 mM, 25.5 mM, and 45.5 mM) and prepared both(More)
Multiple agents, equipped with a feature-based phonetic model and a connectionist cognitive model, interact via the naming game , with lexicon formation and change as emergent properties of this complex adaptive system. We present a new description of the naming game, situating it as a general, implementation-independent paradigm. Our addition of richer(More)
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